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Rocket Liftoff! [duplicate]

This code golf challenge is about making a rocket liftoff sequence. Your output (STDOUT) should be equal to this: ...
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3 votes
4 answers

Kolmogorov complexity Chad Gadya [duplicate]

EDIT It is not clear how answers to the question of compressing a long text, without cumulative properties are relevant to golfing a short cumulative strong, any more than general Lempel Ziv ...
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x bottles of y on the z [duplicate]

I do not believe this question to be a duplicate of this one, since this one requires more string manipulation, if it is still a duplicate feel free to close this question Introduction Your ...
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516 votes
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"Hello, World!"

So... uh... this is a bit embarrassing. But we don't have a plain "Hello, World!" challenge yet (despite having 35 variants tagged with hello-world, and counting). While this is not the most ...
Martin Ender's user avatar
62 votes
117 answers

99 Bottles Of Beer [closed]

Recreate '99 bottles of beers on the wall'. The desired output is this: ...
Nick Berardi's user avatar
137 votes
29 answers

Making Future Posts Runnable Online with Stack Snippets [closed]

Stack Snippets were recently added to PPCG! Reminiscent of JSFiddle, Stack Snippets allow HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to be run directly in posts! Here is a very simple Stack Snippet: ...
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29 votes
46 answers

Easier communication means faster coding means fewer coders means …

My father who was a really good APLer and taught me all the basics of APL (and much more), passed away on this day, five years ago. In preparation for 50 Years of APL, I found this patent letter (...
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34 votes
26 answers

Is there a single straight line in the matrix?

Inspired by Wzl Determine if a given square binary matrix has exactly one row or column consisting of entirely 1s, and the rest of the matrix is ...
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56 votes
17 answers

"99 bottles of fizz"

Challenge Write a program that outputs the lyrics to 99 Bottles of Beer, but instead of "beer", output "fizz" if the number of bottles on the wall is a multiple of 3, "buzz" if it is a multiple of 5, ...
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31 votes
18 answers

Creating a HQ9+ interpreter

The goal of this code golf is to create an interpreter for the programming language HQ9+ There are 4 commands in this programming language: H - prints "Hello, world!" Q - prints the source code of ...
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28 votes
11 answers

Tips for golfing in Lua

What general tips do you have for golfing in Lua? I'm looking for ideas that can be applied to code golf problems in general that are at least somewhat specific to Lua (e.g. "remove comments" is not ...
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31 votes
10 answers

Tips for golfing in Excel?

It's strange that I haven't seen this, as Excel seems to be a valid language for code golfing (despite its 'compiler' not being free). Excel is somewhat of a wildcard in golfing, being good at ...
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16 votes
7 answers

Inspired by HQ9+: 4-Behavior Polyglot

Create a program that can be run in 4 different languages such that: One language prints "Hello World!" One language outputs its own source code One language outputs 99 bottles of beer on ...
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8 votes
5 answers

Golf me an HQ9+ Compiler [duplicate]

Your task is "simple" should you choose to accept it. Write an HQ9+ compiler in a language of your choice. HQ9+ has four commands (as you may be able to tell) H prints "Hello, World!" Q prints out ...
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5 votes
10 answers

List numbers within given ranges [duplicate]

Goal: Your goal is to print out numbers within a given range (Also including given values). Input Format: The input will look like: (int-int, int-int, ...) <...
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